WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24
Uncovered majority of stone feature located in southwest corner of trench. Stones were dfined as a new locus (Locus 3), due to their interesting formation and that they are resting on soil labelled Locus 2. The stones are approximately 25 to 35 cm in width and at their highest point, they are 12 cm below datum. They slope downward to the southwest to an approximate depth of 35 cm below datum. It appears as if the line of stones might continue to extend through the southern and western baulks of CA 44. Depths were measured on the stone formation. 2 cuts of approximately 5-10 cm each were taken through meters E77/S18-19.
An account of material will be recorded in P.M. section.
1 large cut was taken through meters E78/S18-19. Locus 4 and Locus 5 were determined as the earth on the south side of the line of stones, and the earth immediately under the stones, respectively. Locus 6 was defined as a yellowish soil with tints of gray, green and orange interspersed. The soil is chalky and flaky, as opposed to the more claylike soil of Locus 2. locus 6 was found directly under soil of Locus 2 in meters E77-78/S18-19.
Very little materials was recovered. A tiny fragment of modern ceramic was removed from the roots of a tree in meter E78/S20.
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